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Fans Improve 8-Bit Nintendo Super Pitfall for 30th Anniversary, Visually New Game

Most of the time when we cover retro game hacks here on Retro Gaming Magazine, it is usually to add a new character such as in Streets of Rage 2.  Sometimes it is an improvement such as this one for Super Pitfall on the Nintendo Entertainment System.  What fans have done here is almost create […]

Mega Man Redux Visually Improves Upon Original NES Classic

Capcom did a remake of the first Mega Man on Playstation Portable back in 2006.  Fans have decided to do a remake of their own.  Graphically improving the original Mega Man on the Nintendo Entertainment System, this hack almost breathes new life into a classic.  Similar to what was done for Super Mario Bros in […]

Alex Kidd Unofficial Port for Texas Instruments TI-99/4A Computer Updated

A new version of Alex Kidd for the Texas Instruments TI-99/4A computer has been posted.  You may be thinking, wait a minute, Sega never released Alex Kidd on the Texas Instruments TI-99/4A.  You are right.  They didn’t.  This port is an unofficial one by a really dedicated fan that wanted to play the game on […]

Pac-Man 2 Homebrew Released for Atari 2600

Before you get to thinking this is a port of Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures from the 16-bit platforms, calm down.  It is not.  This is a hack of the original Pac-Man with new levels and improved all around over what Atari forced on us back in the day.  Pac-Man 2 is hard, you are […]

Near Arcade Perfect Port of Galaxian Released for Atari 2600

Homebrew developers are a unique lot, they do things that the professionals claim is impossible.  Homebrewers also do it without official development kits, most of the time, and are at a severe disadvantage compared to the professionals as far as standard education on how the hardware works.  That lack of education just may be what […]

Pac-Man on Atari 2600 Receives Much Improved Version by Homebrew Developer

The original Pac-Man for the Atari 2600 was a crappy game, no doubt about it.  Atari probably knew very well that they shouldn’t have released it like it was but they did anyhow.  Call it greed, call it stupidity, call it whatever you want.  The point is, it was a crap game.  Leave it to […]

Atari 2600 Q*Bert Improved to be More like Arcade Version

The Atari 2600 sure did try to be the arcade in your home, and for a while it was.  The problem is, as time went on things improved in the arcade such as the hardware and challenge provided to the gamer.  Gamers wanted more challenge, more colors, more sounds and the poor Atari 2600 just […]

1983 Game, Labyrinth of Crete, Fixed by Fans in 2015

When you discuss game hacks most people will think of that one time that they played a hack of Super Mario Bros that had Sonic instead of Mario.  Or they will think of gamers playing illegally obtained copies on a ton of different hardware (Nintendo games on Sony – which almost happened – for instance).  […]


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